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Joe "Weber 

PRESENTS 

A Romantic Comic Opera 




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Book and Lyrics by 

Henry Blossom 



MUSIC BY 



VictorHerbert 

Price $259net. 



JM.Withark @ Sons. 

NEW YORK - CHICAQO - PHILADELPHIA 

SAN FRANCISCO - BOSTON 

LONDON. 

Copyright MCMXVII by M.Witmark&Sons 
International Copyright Secured 




JOE WEBER 

Presents 

A Romantic Comic" Opera ^ 
in Three Acts 

Hearts Of Erin 

Book and Lyrics by ============ Music by 

HENRY BLOSSOM VICTOR HERBERT 

Stag-ed by FRED G. LATHAM 



CAST OF CHARACTERS 

CAPTAIN BARRY O'DAY Vernon Stiles 

SIR "REGGIE" STRIBLING Alg-ernon Greig- 

DINNY DOYLE Scott Welsh 

LANTY HACKETT Harry Crosby 

"hUMPY'gROGAN John B.Cooke 

SHAUN DHU Greek Evans 

MICKEY O'BRIEN Joseph Dillon 

COLONEL LESTER Edward Martindel 

BIDDY FLYNN Josie Claflin 

ROSIE FLYNN Louise Allen 

LADY MAUDE ESTERBROOKE Olg-a Roller 

EILEEN MULVANEY Grace Breen 

MARIE Her maid Paullette Antoine 

MYLES A footman Thomas Mann 

PETER The Piper Francis X. Hennessy 

Fishermen, Redcoats, Smug-g-lers, Guests, Tenantry, 
Servants, etc, etc. 

MUSICAL DIRECTOR Arthur Kautzenbach 

GENERAL MANAGER . . .W. H. Oviatt 

: Locale 

ACT I 

At the Sign of the Black Bull — Morning 



act n 

Interior of the Castle — Afternoon 



ACT ni 

Gardens of the Castle — Evening 



Musical Programe 



Act I 

OVERTURE 7 

1. OPENING. 15 

2. FREE TRADE AND A MISTY MOON Shaun Dhu and Smug-gier Chorus 18 

3. MY LITTLE IRISH ROSE Rosie 23 

4. ENTRANCE OF HUMPY GROGEN -27 

5. CUPID THE CUNNIN' PAUDEEN Barry O'Day 28 

6. FINALE : : 31 



Act II 

7. OPENING CHORUS 61 

8. STARS AND ROSEBUDS Duet Eileen and Barry o'Day 69 

9. EILEEN, ALANNA ASTHORE Barry O'Day 76 

10. IF EVE HAD LEFT THE APPLE ON THE BOUGH Sir Reg-g-ie 79 

11. ENSEMBLE, "WITHDRAW'.' 83 

12. REVERIES Eileen and Girls 87 

13. LIFE'S A GAME AT BEST • Lady Maude and Colonel Lester 90 

14. FINALE 95 



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15. OPENING CHORUS 121 

a.-Jig 

b.-Song of Acolytes 

c- Serenade Dinny 

d- Song-: IN ERIN'S ISLE Lady Maude and Ensemble 

16. THINE ALONE Duet Eileen and Barry 140 

17. THE IRISH HAVE A GREAT DAY TO-NIGHT Dinny and Male Chorus 144 

18. WHEN HIELAND STANDS AMONG THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD . . . Barry and Ensemble 152 

19. FINALE ULTIMO 157 



IN THIS SCORE I HAVE NOT MADE USE OF ANY TRA- 
DITIONAL IRISH AIRS, BUT HAVE ENDEAVORED, TO THE 
BEST OF MY ABILITY, TO WRITE ALL "IRISH" NUMBERS 
IN THE CHARACTERISTIC SPIRIT OF THE MUSIC OF MY 

NATIVE COUNTRY— IRELAND. 

VICTOR HERBERT. 



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49 
A -woman: The Red coats! They're surrounding the place! 

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Sir Reggie 



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(42) a ■•" ~~'° 




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(He swings himself down out of sight) (Afewshots are heard offstage) 




PRINCIPALS and CHORUS 
#• Tempo I 



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60 



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• ENDflf ACT I 



61 



N9 7 



Opening Act II 



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your fid -die, Well 



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N9 8 



Stars And Rosebuds 

DUET 
Eileen and Barry 



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Eileen and Barry (off stage) 
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Dream-ing" a - lone, 



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Dream-ing" a- lone, 



All mine own. 



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How I my vi - ffil keep, 



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76 

Eileen! 

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Ei - - leen! But my heart you have cap - turedl'Tis you that I love! 



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If Eve Had Left The Apple On The Bough 



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pla - ti-tude, I know, Which is fright - ful - ly fam-i - liar, but I 
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neith - er grief nor sin-ning-! 
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found the ap - pie hang- - ing* "on the tree; 
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of fruit for - bid - den, Oh, how 
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let the worn - an 
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tempt him, 

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Eve had left the ap - pie on the bough! 

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Good -day! 



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87 

Reveries 

(Eileen and Six Girls) 






(During dialogue) 

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Hark to the chimes! Pil - g-rims in ma - ny climes 




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An - swer their rev - er - en - tial call! . 



Come where there s rest for the 



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wea - ry and op - pressed, Come and find a bles-sing- for all!. 




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It is a dream! Won - drous - ly now they seem Chim - ing* a pro-phe-sy of 




they shall chime for me? Ah!. 





90 



N? 13 



Life's A Game 

DUET 
Lady Maude and Colonel Lester 



^ 



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MAUDE 



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find our- selves re - peat - ing"L 
COLONEL 



Mere - ly. 



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Real - ly?. 




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Play-ing- a child - ish game!. 



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Play-ing- a child- ish game! Then please a-gree to prom- ise me That 

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there shall be no "cheat - ing-.'i. 



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Life's a g-ame at best! 



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Play it then with zest! 



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Life's a g-ame at best! 



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Aim to win though you 

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Though the g-uer-don be g-reat or small, Aim to 




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win thoug-h you haz - ard your all 

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state 



Are by tricks of fate, 



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dice are tossd, 



In the g-ame of life!. 



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lost as the dice are toss'd, In the g-ame of life! 




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95 



Finale Act II 



Allegro moderate* 

COL 




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I warned you of my pur-pose. 



(strides up stage ) 




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COL. 



MAUDE (aside to Sir Reggie) 



IS 



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fiAi..ma.ntt Re - mem - berl do not tell! The 



Ser-geant! Re - mem -berl do not tell! 



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SIR REGGIE 



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let-ter in your poc-ket! You are lost if you de - lay! 

Sva 



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(Fumbling) 



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don't know where I put the thing! 



SIR R. (Drawing out letter) 



Ah, here we have it! 



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Let me have it! 



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Lost! lost! he's 



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Well then, take it! 



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sis-tancewillbe use- less! 




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You've 



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Cap-tain Bar-ryO' Day! Well, lad-ies, Who has won, I pray?. 



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My life? Did they ask you to spare it? 



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die, how shall we bear it! 



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poco aocel 




COL. 






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Andante maestoso 

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A man who can die as a sold-ier 



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If he does not go. 

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101 



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For 'tis ve - ry lit - tie that our he - ro - i - sin counts 



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Must he stay? 

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B. 
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COL. 



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when we're dead! As the lov- ing fa-ther,who is chas-ten-ing a son 



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Die like a sold- ier brave! 

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102 



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COL. 




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Real - ly feels as sad 



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as the er - ring lad, 






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life 



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lay! 



'Tig light- ly said. 



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It won't suf-f ice! 



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COL. 



Die! Die! Die! like a sold - ier! 



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He will I know! 



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dead! 



Et 



"We all must go! 



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I wish I 



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Die! Die! Die! like a man! 




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in -deed will be the part-ing, 



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in -deed will be the part-ing, 



Sad. 



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in -deed will be the part-ing, 



could ! 



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Oh!. 



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Die! Die! Die! like a sold- ier! 



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have he - roes gone 



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since time be 



105 



M. 



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B. 
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COL 



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like a man.— 






Die like a man! 

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like a man. _ Die like a man! 

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I could run!_ 



I wish I could! 



r^? t>»- 




COL. 



106 



©Animato 



3 i r . a 



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(Enter Sergeant and a file of soldiers tak- 
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Sergeant 1 there's your manl 



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Your La- dy- ship! you lose with no good grace! 



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107 



M. 



COL. 



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won by un-fair meth-ods, You've bribed, cor-rupt-ed some-onei 




(to Barry) [, 



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COL 



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Ah! I be-lieve 'tis you! You are dis - charged! Be - gone!. 



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Your la- dy-ship! 



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Me no 






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108 



M. 



®poco allargando 
n a tempo — — -^ 1 f ^ — ^ 



I will not hear you, No oath can clear you! In- grate! trai-tor! spy!. 




COL. 



s 



I will no long- erhave him here! 



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" • (CoDto Barry (spoken) " , ] r~ T - ^ T V 



COL, 



You know the way to I m faint with the strain! Be brave, we win! 



^ I Dublin? (Barry) Like I know 

fl.. P ff 1 r— ^ 



V ^P'M 



take him! me prayers for pennence. 

(Col.) Then you shallride for 
i \>-m- me, with a dispatch. animato 

I 'if * ' "' ' '' 



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109 



BARRY 



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How can I thank you? My true friends! good - bye! 

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COL.- 



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nev - er for - get you . 



/after a pause 



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a tempo 



Now, 



Here! be off with this at once! 




tr^f 



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B. 



BARRY 



(gives him packet and Barry starts) ( 



(Barry stops) 
poco meno 



You 




j i. ji Jt^ 



know the walk- in's bad sir! 



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All right, sir ! 



COL. 



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I F" 1 ' 3"H( Walk-ing? Take a horse! 

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110 



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MAUDE 



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None of mine! 



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COL. 




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COL. 



mine! 



Poco animaio 



(Col. turning) 



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B. 



COL. 



(spoken) Fe par- don, Col-'nel! 

Corporal! (Col.gnes 

r orders to sergeant) 



(impatiently) 



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well, what now? 

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Sure I could do -with tin pounds I 



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COL. 



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( smothered laughter from 
the two ladies) 




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(Col. continues to count money into Barry's hand.) CoU ^l" j) There's your t'en pounds 



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112 



B. 



COL. 



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(starting) 



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Sure, Colo - nel, 

animando 



Be off! be offl 



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COL. 



1 T~i ' jpoco acc«J 

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'Tis a jew- el you are! 



S 



1 T? r • , 3 



B. 




COL. 



Ill drink long life and good wife to ye I 



^ 



animando 



113 



B. 



COL. 



(Runs out, mounts horse and gallops off) 



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(Col. to Sir Reggie) 



senza tempo 



COL 



^^ 




fi=E— f-^p= g 



Now Sir! In re-cog- ni-tion of your brav - er - y, your eyes shall not be 




S.R. 



COL. 



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N9 16 



Thine Alone 

DUET 
Eileen and Barry 



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144 



The Irish Have A Great Day To-Night! 

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